Harry Kane is without question the best striker in the world right now.
The Tottenham Hotspur forward has been on fire in 2020/21 and he went into today's game against West Ham with three goals and six assists in the Premier League.
Now, Kane's tally stands at five goals and seven assists after a quite incredible first-half performance against Spurs' bitter London rivals.
The English striker teed up his partner-in-crime Son Heung-min with a sumptuous long-range pass for the game's opening goal after less than a minute.
Kane then got himself on the scoresheet seven minutes later, nutmegging Declan Rice on the edge of the box before firing an unstoppable shot past Lukasz Fabianski.
Then with just 16 minutes on the clock, Kane had his second and Tottenham's third of the game, the England captain emphatically heading home Sergio Reguilon's pinpoint cross.
You can watch all three of Kane's goal involvements below.
Kane's assist for Son
Kane's first goal
Kane's second goal
Forget Robert Lewandowski, this guy is the best and most complete striker on the planet right now.
Kane's total of 12 goal involvements after just five Premier League games this season is now a record for the division, surpassing Thierry Henry's haul of 11 at the start of 2002/03 for Arsenal.
With Kane in this form, Jose Mourinho's Spurs may just be outside contenders for the Premier League title...
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